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tuned for sanjay gupta. and time for the top stories in the cnn news room. >>> hello everyone, i'm don lemon, thank you for joining us. top of the hour, we'll get you up to speed on the day's headlines. outrage over the anti-islam movie, not dying down. this is the capitol of bangladesh today, police firing tear gas trying desperately to break up the crowd. they took out their anger on the officers and the police van. several people were arrested. that was only one demonstration, we'll have more on cnn on the protest. >>> and we're seeing more types of protests in benghazi, libya, the counter protesters, trying to get rid of those who they say are responsible for the attacks on the u.s. consulate that killed four americans. >> the demonstrators began to take the situation into their own hands and storming the various known headquarters of the extremist militia in benghazi. >>> the counterprotesters took over one militia building without firing a single shot. and militia members fled. the counter-protesters were met by some resistance. four were killed, dozens injured last night in beng
. >>> welcome back to the cnn newsroom. i'm fredricka whitfield. we start in libya where new fighting in benghazi has left the city in chaos. it's not the libyans who support the u.s. who are under siege. it's the radical islamic group that is tied to the atang that killed the u.s. ambassador and three others ten days ago. hundreds of pro u.s. libyans ma marched and took over the extremist headquarters. arwa damon is on the ground in benghazi and shows us how these citizen militias have gone on the offense and have the radicals on the run. but the battle isn't over yet. >> there was an initial sense of euphoria, people saying that this is the real libya. cleansed of extremists by its own people. but the situation quickly turned sinister. >> boom, boom, boom. >> be careful. >> wait. >> there's gunfire. >> just on the other side of this wall is the second location that we're told is being struck tonight. but contrary to what we witnessed at the first place, here, there seems to be something of a gun battle going ob. we are hearing sporadic gun fire as well as other small explosions. the
: john king, cnn, iowa city, iowa. >>> and lots more ahead as "cnn newsroom" continues with fredricka whitfield. >> i can't believe it's under 40 days under election day. it went by like this, after all. >> i'm sure a lot of people are happy a about this. >> it's true, too. we'll elaborate on that later, too. good to see you, appreciate it. >>> for now, we'll begin with new information on an investigation into a decade's old mystery, the disappearance of former teamster's boss jimmy hoffa. crews digging under a michigan shed for his possible remains say they did not find any bones, but investigation is not ending there. soil samples will now go under the microscope. cnn's national correspondent susan candiotti has more. >> reporter: could these carefully wrapped tubes of soil carried out among a sea of cameras possibly hold the remains of jimmy hoffa? >> this is kind of like an open wound that won't go away. >> reporter: a wound that just might be partially closed monday when lab results put to rest whether these are human remains, yet alone hoffa's? >> stranger things have happened.
now, apple. i'll stick to ios 4. i love the phone, but i love street view as well. >>> "cnn newsroom" continues with fredricka whitfield. hi, fred? >> hello to you. thanks, have a great rest of the day, randi. see you again tomorrow morning. >>> in just a few hours, president obama boarding air force one leaving washington and heading to a state that could be key to winning the presidential election, wisconsin. he holds two events today in milwaukee. wisconsin is the home state of republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan. but that hasn't helped mitt romney there. obama leads in wisconsin by nine percentage points. paul ryan is focusing on another swing state today. that would be florida. he's campaigning in miami and orlando. romney is fund-raising today in california. but it is romney's personal finances that are creating quite the buzz this weekend. specifically, how much he makes and how much he pays in taxes. the republican presidential candidate has released more tax records. and cnn's national political correspondent, jim acosta, has that. >> reporter: mitt romney came
talks candidly to cnn. >>> their nerd flag proudly waving. >> just a feeling like nowhere else in the world. >> the fun and phantom of dragoncon, up close. hello, i'm gary tuchman sitting in tonight for don lemon. let's get you up to speed on some of the day's headlines. >>> president obama on the road and making his case for re-election. he spoke today in boulder, lighting up a crowd at the university of colorado. >> we have come too far to turn back now. we've got more good jobs to create, we've got more home-grown energy to generate, we've got more young people to send to college, we've got more good teachers to hire, we've got more good schools to build, we've got one more war to end, we've got more troops we've got to bring home, we've got more veterans we've got to take care of, we've got more doors of opportunity that we have to open for every single person who's willing to work hard and walk through them. that's why i'm asking you for a second term. >> we will take you live to charlotte, north carolina, to preview this week's democratic convention in a moment. mr. obama
. >>> and welcome back. hour two here in the "cnn newsroom" as we mentiwatched as mentioned, watching some pictures, not live but watching "endeavour" and beginning to see it head toward los angeles and toward edwards air force base we'll bring you live pictures. chad myers will join me understand again. we want to get to politics. >>> politics, politics, politics here. short time ago, florida's the big story today. short time ago, president obama arrived in florida, miami. here he is. miami to be precise. mitt romney got there yesterday. he is still in florida today. and you've heard us say it before. when you look at the map of the 50 states florida with the 29 electoral votes is crucial to romney's hopes for election. look at the numbers here. florida, 29 electoral votes. today, the poll shows the president leading romney in florida by 5 percentage points. this is a fox news poll. this same poll shows a seven-point obama lead in virginia. that is as you know another huge electoral state that's being considered a toss-up this year and may be right now looks like tipping toward the president. also
. cnn's national correspondent susan candiotti has more. >> reporter: could these carefully wrapped tubes of soil carried out among a sea of cameras possibly hold the remains of jimmy hoffa? >> this is kind of like an open wound that won't go away. >> reporter: a wound that just might be partially closed monday when lab results put to rest whether these are human remains, yet alone hoffa's? >> stranger things have happened. >> reporter: the dig inside the shed came after a witness told police that he saw a body buried the about the same time that jimmy hoffa disappeared in 1975, but police chief says the timeline doesn't add up. an alleged bookmaking operation at the house didn't happen until years later. >> i don't think it's mr. hoffa. >> reporter: neither does retired fbi agent john anthony. he gives the tip zero credibility. >> whether they find a body or not, i don't know. i doubt that. but if they do, i guarantee you it is not jimmy hoffa. >> reporter: anthony says the fbi has a good idea who pulled off the hit and where, but it sure wasn't in this neighborhood. why could the
for joining me this morning. i'm carol costello. "cnn newsroom" continues right now with ashleigh banfield. >>> thank you very much. hi, everybody. good to see you. it's 11:00 on the east coast. 8:00 on the west coast. let's get down to business. whatever happens in november, whatever happens tonight in charlotte is something that barack obama will never do again, accept his party's nomination for president. you cannot turn on your television or fire up your computer without hearing what mr. obama must do on the closing night of the democratic convention. but it mostly boils down to this -- top bill. bill clinton. or at least live up to the set-up that was delivered in vintage bill clinton fashion on actually a night that typically belongs to the running mate. but do not fret for mr. joe biden. he, too, will be on the marquee for tonight. and watching it tonight is cnn's dana bash. dana, you just don't sleep. i see you working until 2:00 in the morning and up again at 5:00 a.m. for the morning shows. so many people say these speeches mean everything. some people say they mean nothing. othe
meanie moose, cnn, new york. >> remember you can always follow what's going on here in the situation on twitter. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." the news continues next on cnn. >>> i'm don lemon. we will get up to speed on the day's headlines. moraleies as a teacher's strike entered its sixth day. this rally was held in the streets this afternoon a as both sides say a tentative deal has been reached. they will be voting on the terms of a rework contract. parents are hopeful students will be back in the classroom come monday morning. the taliban say they are responsible for the deaths of two united states marines. it happened in helmand province. a joint u.s. and british base where britain's prince harry is stationed. taliban have threatened to capture or kill harry during taliban. >>> new graphic video today out of syria. at least 145 people were killed across the country today. that's according to an opposition group. syria's president says he's committed to resolving the crisis as long as peace efforts are conducted in neutrality sxindens. he met today wi
." >>> hello, everyone. you're in the "cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. >>> in boulder, colorado, huge crowds are forming and people even camped out overnight. not for a rock star but for the president of the united states. president barack obama is campaigning there today as part of his road to charlotte. athena jones is traveling with the president. will the focus be much different from the looking forward kind of concept that he delivered in iowa on saturday? >> reporter: we expect the focus to be much the same responding to some extent to what we heard from the republicans at their convention last week. but as you mentioned, this is day two of the road to charlotte tour that the campaign is calling it. you can see the crowd behind me. they've lined up since early this morning, they are still making their way in. the president is expected to take the stage in about 30 minutes. this is an important battleground states. it only has nine electoral votes. but when you try to get to the magic number of 270, every little bit counts. it is going to be important to their calculus here. i sh
dead, two theaters are torched. the damage is obvious. and cnn's reza sayah is watching all of this live in islamabad. reza, for starters, this holiday proclaimed by the government, this was not supposed to be a holiday. this comes at a time, exactly a time when perhaps the government might have been doing something to stop this kind of activity. >> yeah, i expect that decision by the pakistani government to be scrutinized and questioned and criticized in the days to come. because, i think it was an effort to sympathize with the muslims, in pakistan, to show them that the government is on your side, and they're condemning the movie. but in many ways, it was a call for people to come out and protest and that's what they did. the demonstrations started very early this morning. by midafternoon, when friday prayers was over, when everybody had gotten out to the streets, the protests had grown in numbers, intensity, they were all over pakistan and major cities like lahore, karachi, islamabad, peshawar. at one point we had an incredibly difficult time keeping track of everything t
today? >> well, right now what we're looking at according to our latest cnn poll of polls, which is considering a lot of polls and averaging them, 50%-44% barack obama in the lead. so he has a single digit lead. that's something that the obama campaign is happy about. but that isn't really a comparable enough lead where they would be saying this is in the bag or something like this. the other thing you have to consider is that virginia is where you've got a marquee senate race taking place. tim kaine, former dnc chair, facing off against republican george allen, former governor, former senator. and this is a race remember virginia 2006 determined that democrats would have the majority in the senate. when you look at that senate race, tim kaine is leading by single digits. so right now, president obama is trying to kind of widen the gap for himself and also in the senate rate. >> interesting numbers. and we should also mention if you can even hear me with all the cheering behind you that that poll of polls does not have a margin of error. so those numbers are those numbers. briann
that will grow. every year, my hope becomes more. i think i can see the future. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "early start weekend." >> i believe she should resign, yes. >>> a top lawmaker calling for a u.s. ambassador to resign. we have reaction to the new intelligence report that the benghazi attack that killed four americans was an act of terror. >>> abortion, gun policy, the war on drugs. some of these social issues shaping the presidential race. all morning, we put them in focus. >> i can see in his face that there was a lot more to her story than even what she was willing to let on. >>> women hold up half the sky. the message of a new documentary from "new york times" columnist. in an interview exclusive with cnn he sits down with celebrities. >>> saturday, september 29th, i'm deb feyerick. >> good to have you with us this morning. we are starting with the new revelations on the deadly attack in libya. >> the attack that killed chris stevens and three other americans. >> the u.s. intelligence community now says it was a deliberate terrorist assault. cnn intelligence
have a great evening. >>> you are i the cnn newsroom. i'm deborah feyerick in for don lemon. two americans were killed in afghanistan today. one u.s. soldier and one u.s. civilian. officials say they died in a fire fight either with insurgents or troops of the afghan army. investigators are not yet 100% sure exactly what happened. three afghan soldiers also died in an incident at a check point west of kabul. >>> in iraq at least 30 people were killed today in a wave of bombings. seven ex-pleases hit in or near bagdad. it is the deadliest day in iraq for nearly a month. shiite muslim communities appear to be the main targets of the attacks. the violence comes days after dozens of dangerous prisoners broke out of a jail in northern iraq. >>> in los angeles crews are working quickly to finish this bridge dem nigs over the 405 freeway. some scary, scary moments when a portion of the mulholland bridge came down unexpectedly, narrowly missing a couple of workers. it was feared the construction would cause massive traffic jams on one of the nation's busiest freeways. so far those fears
for watching. the news continues next on cnn. >>> hello, everyone, i'm don lemon. you're in the newsroom. let's get you to speed on the day's headlines. protests flare up across the muslim world as rage against that anti-islam movie continues to burn. several protesters were arrested in the capital of bangladesh as police try to break up a furious mob. the crowd took out their anger on the police, torching a van. at the same time, there is a new threat to the life of the man who produced that movie. we'll have more on that straight ahead here on cnn. >>> there are new developments also in libya tonight. two extremist militia groups are disbanding and shutting down bases in eastern libya in response to counter protesters' demands. those counter-protesters rallied last night in benghazi against groups they say are responsible on the attack against the u.s. consulate that killed four americans. >> pro-democracy demonstrators began taking the situation into their own hands and storming various headquarters of known extremist militias in the city of benghazi. >> counter-protesters were met by som
here is a hard bound book containing seven pages of handwritten notes made by ambassador steens. cnn says correspondent found the journal on consulate grounds three days after the attack there. in his notes stevens reportedly expressed concern about never ending security threats and he was worried that he was placed on al-qaeda hit list. asked if he cabled back the concerns. state department that the f.b.i. is investigating however a former ambassador told fox news megyn kelly that the contents of the stevens journal may expose a failing to the approach to the region. >> i'm sure if he believed that security was a problem he would have informed the state department's diplomatic security bureau and should have taken the necessary steps. the fact that he and three other americans were killed by definition shows there was massive failure of security. >> reporter: at first cnn only cited an individual familiar with his thinking. anderson cooper exposed the existence of the journal an aide to secretary clinton, he gave a furious statement of locking humanity that the network giachb to the
to atlanta for a quick check of the top stories in the cnn news room. thanks guys. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello everyone, the taliban says they're responsible for the deaths of two united states manes, happening in helmand province. >>> and overnight, an assault at a joint u.s.-british base, where prince harry is stationed. the taliban has threatened to capture or kill prince harry. all of the taliban fighters except one were killed. >>> throughout the arab world, voices are still raised in anger against the united states. but the protests in libya, tunisia, and egypt are smaller in size and lower in volume. a mob started to form near the u.s. embassy in cairo today. but security forces broke it up. a u.s.-made film considered to be insulting the islam was among the protesters this week. >>> and pope benedict xvi calling for religious freedom in the middle east. crowds in lebanon cheered for the pope on the second day of his visit there. the pope praised lebanon as an example of how christians and muslims can work together, marriages between christians and muslims are
minister tells cnn's arwa damon that the evidence suggests the attack last tuesday on the american consulate in benghazi was preplanned. that is crucial. libyan prime minister also tells cnn that eight people detained were involved in carrying out the attack. that some are far extreme members of libya's largest islamic brigade and that no members having known affiliations specifically to al-qaeda. now, they also say to arwa that 30 to 50 people were attacked the consulate. they were organized, but didn't belong to one specific group. now, the libyan government said this was preplanned, but interesting. that has not been the message out of washington. this was the u.s. ambassador to the united nations, susan rice, on september 17th. >> the best information and the best assessment we have today is that in fact, this was not a preplanned, premeditated attack. >> not preplanned or premeditated. white house spokesman jay carney reiterated that position yesterday. >> based on the information we had at the time and had to this day, we do not have evidence it was premeditated. >> but today
documentary from "new york times" columnist. in an interview exclusive with cnn he sits down with celebrities. >>> saturday, september 29th, i'm deb feyerick. >> good to have you with us this morning. we are starting with the new revelations on the deadly attack in libya. >> the attack that killed chris stevens and three other americans. >> the u.s. intelligence community now says it was a deliberate terrorist assault. cnn intelligence correspondent suzanne kelly has more. >> this is really the fullest account aing yet on behalf of the community which rarely venchers to the public domain to issue what they knew. the intelligence community says this was a deliberate and terrorized result sympathetic to al qaeda. that comes from se s from shawn. the reason we're seeing something like this two plus weeks after the attack, there is growing frustration within the inteigence community itself how information is being used. that initial assessment being this was a protest, a spontaneous attack that grew out of a protest in response to the anti-muslim films. it appears that as more information came in
'm fredericka whitfield, you hear plenty of noise and lots of sn on the campaign trail, for the next hour, cnn will help you fixture out where the candidates stand on them, we'll size up the issue, issue by issue and how barack obama and mitt romney plan to tackle these key american challenges. before we get to that, here's a look at some of the top stories making news today. >>> a desperate search for two tennessee children today, their home burned down a week ago but police say still no trace of the children. suzannesan candiotti is joining. >> reporter: at this hour, state investigators are using teams of people using dogs to search a wider area of the woods on both sides of the road around the house that was insin rated. with absolutely no physical evidence that the children were home when their grand charparen died in that fire, investigators are doing all they can to find those children. investigator have found no sign of 9-year-old chloe and 7-year-old gauge daniel. no signing the youngsters were there and so far no evidence they weren't when an inferno swept through the home where they
of the children and it's been more than a week. cnn's susan candiotti has more on this developing mystery. >> reporter: more than a week after sifting through ashes and debris, investigators have found no sign of 9-year-old chloe and 7-year-old gage. no sign the youngsters were there, and so far no evidence they weren't when an inferno swept through the home where they lived with their grandparents. friends and family don't understand and neither does anyone else. >> i think something is very fishy. >> the more you find out, the more questions you have. >> reporter: helicopters equipped with infrared cameras found no sign of the children in surrounding woods either. the children were last seen playing in the neighborhood about three hours before the fire started last sunday night. did someone take them? the tennessee bureau of investigation issued an amber alert friday night, calling the missing children endangered. authorities don't know what caused the fire adding to the mystery. >> they said it was not an intentional fire, but obviously there's more to it than that. >> reporter: chloe'
, involving government transparency or the lack of it and lastly involving ourselves. cnn has become part of the story and that's the last place i or anyone in this profeion ever wanto be. we as a program and cnn as a network have believed from the ginnin focus should be on four key points, onhe ing of ambassador christopher stevens and three others in benghaibya on 9/11, what the state department and others may have goadin their on uritysituationd what leading members of the government have said about circstances of the tragedy an whether their stements have lacked clarity or transparency, and of course, kled ese four dedicated americans. that's where we've always believed the focus should be. however, because cnn discovered ambassador stevens' seven-page journal in what remains of the consulate in benghazi three days after the attacknd b it became one source for some of our reporting, questions about the use and handling oft journal haveeen raised,s you probably heard. as you probably heard this weekend, the u.s. state spkesman blasted cnn, calli the network's behavior quote, disgusti
, involving government transparency or the lack of it and lastly involving ourselves. 360 and cnn have become part of the story. that is the last place i or anyone in this profession ever want to be. we as a program and cnn as a network have believed from the beginning that the focus should be on four key points, on the killing of ambassador christopher stevens and three others in benghazi, libya on 9/11, on what the state department and others may have known about the security situation the days and weeks leading up to their killing, on what leading members of the government have said about their circumstances of the tragedy and whether their statements have lacked clarity or transparency, and of course, on who killed these four dedicated americans. that's where we've always believed the focus should be. however, because cnn discovered ambassador stevens' seven-page journal in what remains of the consulate in benghazi three days after the attack and because it became one source for some of our reporting, questions about the use and handling of that journal have been raised, as you probably h
. see you at 1:00 p.m. eastern. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "cnn saturday morning." new violence erupts in libya, but the message isn't hatred toward america, it's love. it's the tape that launched a thousand blogs and may have derailed a campaign. all morning, we'll look at mitt romney's comments on the 47%. an outrageous story of abused trust. how a nanny cam caught caretakers bullying. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 10:00 on the east coast. 7:00 a.m. on the west. we begin this hour in libya, where citizens speaking out in support of the u.s. and democracy have stormed the headquarters of several radical groups. hundreds marching to express their outrage at one organization has been linked to the attack on the u.s. consulate that left four americans dead. that group has denied any involvement. in a separate demonstration, at least four people have been killed and more than 70 injured in an attack on another militia. the protests come amid news that eight people including some extremists have been arrested in connection with the consulat
. that wraps things up for sgmd. stay connected with me at cnn.com/sanjay. let's keep the conversation going on twitter as well at sanjay gupta cnn. time now to check your top stories in the cnn newsroom. >>> hello everyone. i'm don lemon. you're in the cnn newsroom. >> that just hit land. see the brown stuff? that's the rocks. >> tornado. it hits new york city. this is breezy point in queens, new york that you're looking at now. that funnel cloud today has now been confirmed as a tornado. it formed over the water this morning and moved inland about 600 yards. nobody's reported hurt but the twister beat up some beach front houses in the rock aways and tore down power lines. we'll take you there in a moment. talk about lousy weather. these are live shots of the national mall that you're looking at right now. heavy rain, high winds, and basically a miserable day in washington, d.c. up and down the atlantic seaboard today as a matter of fact. the big picture from the cnn severe weather center in just minutes. >>> we want to turn now to presidential politics. the presidential race with just 59 d
wants, claiming that kind of invitation from pyonyang is unprecedented. paula hancocks, cnn. >>> next hour of the cnn >>> next hour of the cnn newsroom begins now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> effective immediately. u.s. special operations have suspended the training of afghan recruits. 14 were killed in august alone. u.s. forces will revet all current members before reinstating the training. >>> in syria, an american journalist is missing. he's 31. a freelance writer from texas. he went to syria to cover the civil war from the perspective of the rebels. no more dispatches from him, pictures or tweets and the u.s. state department is working with a mission to try to get information about him. >>> hazing allegations have forced the the suspension of the clark atlanta university marching band. ♪ a local high school stepped i o to take the band's place at a game last night. clark atlanta school officials have received the allegations, but so far, have not found evidence of hazing. the allegations follow the hazing scandal and death of drum major, robert champion. >>> as a
jones, cnn, wisconsin. >>> a judge has ruled on a different kind of voter i.d. case. the "denver post" reports that opponents argue that the bar codes would make each ballot trace tobl the voter but the juj ruled in favor saying there's absolutely no fundamental right to a secret ballot in the constitution. >>> mitt romney spoke out about the plane. ann romney eventually made it to los angeles and was there last night when her husband talked about the incident. >> i appreciate the fact that she is on the ground, safe and sou sound. i don't think she knows how worried some of us where. when you have a fire in the aircraft, there's no place to go and you can't find any oxygen from outside to the inside because the windows don't open. i don't know why they don't do that. it's a real problem and it's very dangerous. she was choking and rubbing her eyes and fortunately there was enough oxygen for the pilot and co-pilot to make a safe landing in denver. >> sounds pretty scary. no one was injured on the plane. a secret servicemember spoke with ann's mom saying it was supposed to be a nonsmok
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